The weather in Bhusaval is dry and hot. In the summer season temperatures reach around 46 to 49 degree Celsius, which amounts to the highest in the country. In May 2010 the temperature crossed the 49 degrees mark to reach 49.8 degrees Celsius. Due to the high temperature diseases like Swine flu does not exist in Bhusaval

Wellness Foundation - Bhusaval said that Bhusaval is badly affected by global warming and local warming because of the presence of multiple power plants and factories. Ratio of tree cutting is also increasing. it was 49 in May 2010 and in December 2011 it was 8.5 DC.

In fiction
The fictional Indian town of Bhowani, the setting of the historical novels Nightrunners of Bengal and Bhowani Junction by John Masters, is thought to be modeled on Bhusaval.

'27 Down', a 1974 Bollywood drama film directed by Awtar Krishna Kaul, features Bhusaval Railway Station, Railway Colony. Its storyline revolves around people working with Railways at Bhusaval and their families. Director Vijaya Mehta's film 'Pestonjee' (1988) also features Bhusaval.

Lt Col Sanjoy Banerji, the famous adventurer and photographer had published a photo feature on Bhusaval's Railways in National Geographic magazine.